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Old Posted Jul 11, 2015, 5:34 PM
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TIt should be noted that fertility rates of non-immigrant Canadians or white Americans, for instance, aren't all that much higher than those of Germans (France seems to be an exception in this regard)
Not true. The fertility rate of White Americans is much higher than that of Germans.

And fertility rates among White Americans are stable; fertility rates among Germans have been dropping non-stop for decades. The reason that fertility rates in the U.S. have dropped in recent years is due entirely to decreases in Hispanic and Black fertility rates (Black rates are now the same as White rates), while Asian and White fertility rates have remained constant.

White fertility rate in the U.S. is around 1.8; overall fertility rate in Germany is around 1.4. That's a major difference in developed world terms. And White births are now less than 50% of all U.S. births.

And the problem in Germany isn't the fertility rate per se; it's the age distribution. The German population is so skewed older that there aren't enough people in the child-bearing cohort. That's the main issue. Gernany actually has the lowest birth rate in the world, even though many countries have lower fertility rate.

http://www.dw.com/en/germany-has-low...ows/a-18485179
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Old Posted Jul 11, 2015, 7:00 PM
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Those aren't remotely equivalent neighborhoods. Neukölln and Kreuzberg are gentrified inner-city neighborhoods filled with young German professionals. Les Izards and St. Denis are deprived suburban neighborhood filled with immigrants.

If you compare apples to apples (so Kreuzberg to anywhere in East Paris, or Neuperlach (Munich) to St. Denis), you will see they are quite similar. In both Kreuzberg and anywhere in Paris east of the center, you will see former immigrant areas filled with young professionals. Similarly, in Neuperlach and St. Denis you will see poor 90% immigrant areas filled with non-Europeans.
Images from GV are from about 2008 for Germany, Neuperlach seems like a quiet german neighbourhood with the exception of maybe a few suspicious "plattenbau" buildings, streets and buildings are clean and people there seem quiet and what you would expect in "old europe", St Denis images are from 2013, I don´t think you could compare those places . Almost everywhere in St Denis there are women wearing turbans and african descendents, I even saw a beggar laying on a sidewalk, there are garbage bags piled up.
This could have changed a little recently since Germany was taking massive immigration the last few years while France not, and I´m sure Germany has worse looking neighbourhoods, likewise for France.
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Old Posted Jul 11, 2015, 7:09 PM
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Not true. The fertility rate of White Americans is much higher than that of Germans.

And fertility rates among White Americans are stable; fertility rates among Germans have been dropping non-stop for decades. The reason that fertility rates in the U.S. have dropped in recent years is due entirely to decreases in Hispanic and Black fertility rates (Black rates are now the same as White rates), while Asian and White fertility rates have remained constant.

White fertility rate in the U.S. is around 1.8; overall fertility rate in Germany is around 1.4. That's a major difference in developed world terms. And White births are now less than 50% of all U.S. births.

And the problem in Germany isn't the fertility rate per se; it's the age distribution. The German population is so skewed older that there aren't enough people in the child-bearing cohort. That's the main issue. Gernany actually has the lowest birth rate in the world, even though many countries have lower fertility rate.

http://www.dw.com/en/germany-has-low...ows/a-18485179
We´ll see, if labor force doesn´t grow or shrinks, what is not the case right now, there will be less money for the state, and germans hate to lose money, it could lead to more radical measures to attract even more immigrants and/or help younger people to build a family
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Old Posted Jul 11, 2015, 9:29 PM
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Not true. The fertility rate of White Americans is much higher than that of Germans.

And fertility rates among White Americans are stable; fertility rates among Germans have been dropping non-stop for decades. The reason that fertility rates in the U.S. have dropped in recent years is due entirely to decreases in Hispanic and Black fertility rates (Black rates are now the same as White rates), while Asian and White fertility rates have remained constant.

White fertility rate in the U.S. is around 1.8; overall fertility rate in Germany is around 1.4. That's a major difference in developed world terms. And White births are now less than 50% of all U.S. births.

And the problem in Germany isn't the fertility rate per se; it's the age distribution. The German population is so skewed older that there aren't enough people in the child-bearing cohort. That's the main issue. Gernany actually has the lowest birth rate in the world, even though many countries have lower fertility rate.

http://www.dw.com/en/germany-has-low...ows/a-18485179
You are right, I thought the TFR of White Americans was similar to Canadians (the fertility rate of native-born Canadians is 1.5). That being said, the fertility rate of White Americans has been below replacement levels for decades, and White deaths exceeded births in 2013 and 2014.

The rest of your post seems to echo what I wrote.
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Old Posted Jul 12, 2015, 9:33 PM
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wow thats a interesting map. I cant believe whats happening to germany, you can really see the old east and west border. Im supprised myself about poland most of the map shows increases but cities showing decreases most rural young people looking for work in other countries.
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